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9780735528123

Rules of Contract Law : Selections from the Uniform Commercial Code, the CISG, the Restatement (Second) of Contracts, and the UNIDROIT Principles, with Material on Contract Drafting, 2003-2004

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  • ISBN13:

    9780735528123

  • ISBN10:

    0735528128

  • Edition: Supplement
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2003-06-01
  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer

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Summary

This compact paperback from a respected author team can support any casebook. Knapp, Crystal, and Prince provide the rules you need to reveal the statutory underpinnings of the law, plus additional material to foster a deeper, more meaningful understanding of contracts. for essential information in an accessible format, turn To The paperback statutory supplement many law professors have relied on to make teaching and learning contracts more effective

Author Biography

Charles L. Knapp: Joseph W. Cotchett Distinguished Professor of Law, University of California, Hastings College of the Law; Max E. Greenberg Professor Emeritus of Contract Law, New York University School of Law Nathan M. Crystal: Class of 1969 Professor of Law, University of South Carolina Harry G. Prince: Professor of Law, University of California, Hastings College of the Law

Table of Contents

Uniform Commercial Codep. 1
Editors' Notep. 1
Table of Sectionsp. 4
Sectionsp. 7
Revised Uniform Commercial Code--Article 1--General Provisions (2001 Official Text)p. 98
Editors' Notep. 98
Table of Sectionsp. 98
Sectionsp. 99
Proposed Revisions to Uniform Commercial Code--Article 2--Sales (2002 Draft)p. 109
Editors' Notep. 109
Table of Sectionsp. 110
Sectionsp. 111
Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goodsp. 141
Editors' Notep. 141
Table of Articlesp. 143
Articlesp. 146
Restatement (Second) of Contractsp. 167
Editors' Notep. 167
Table of Sectionsp. 169
Sectionsp. 174
Principles of International Commercial Contractsp. 213
Editors' Notep. 213
Table of Articlesp. 214
Articlesp. 217
Materials on Electronic Contractsp. 239
Comment: Uniform Computer Information Transactions Actp. 239
Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act
Manifesting Assentp. 245
Opportunity to Reviewp. 248
Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act, Editors' Notep. 249
Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Actp. 251
Contract Drafting: A Sample Problemp. 263
The Problemp. 263
The Lawyer's Role and Ethical Obligations in Contract Draftingp. 264
The Drafting Processp. 265
Model Contract with Commentsp. 266
Counseling the Clientp. 269
Bibliographyp. 270
Sample Examination Questions with Model Answersp. 271
Editors' Notep. 271
Contract Formation, Defenses, and Remediesp. 271
Justifications for Nonperformance and Remediesp. 280
Conditions and Justifications for Nonperformancep. 288
Sample Examination Questions without Model Answersp. 305
Mutual Assent and the Statute of Fraudsp. 305
Battle of the Forms: UCC [section]2-207p. 306
Interpretationp. 307
Breach and Remediesp. 308
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